Older Adult Wellness Expo to be Held in Chatham

September 16th at Chatham COA

CHATHAM– On Monday, September 16th, from 10am – 12 noon the Chatham Council on Aging, in connection with the VNA of Cape Cod, Outer Cape Health Services, Chatham Police and Fire Departments, will host a FREE Older Adult Wellness Expo at the Chatham Council on Aging at 193 Stony Hill Road. Walk -ins are welcome! Light refreshments will be served. Learn from Demonstrations, information and training sessions, get resources, and giveaways from health and fitness professionals, technology experts, and local emergency preparedness and response professionals.  VNA Healthcare professionals will show how to get the most out of Chair Yoga and Fit Fun and Fall Free exercises classes; Tech experts will demonstrate and teach how to stay visually connected to friends and family with Free demonstrations and tutorials of apps, such as: Face Time, Skype, and other Social Media on your iPad and iPhone, (just bring your device, and know your password); Emergency preparedness and response professionals from the Chatham Fire and Police Departments will be on hand to show the latest free items and services that are available for older adult community members to help with safety needs; and Outer Cape Health Services’, Bri Smith will hold information sessions to help you and your loved ones learn to spot the signs and symptoms of depression and anxiety, and to offer resources to get more information. Pre-registration is not necessary; walk-ins are welcome.  Consider joining us for lunch, following the Wellness Expo.  On the Menu is: Ginger Sesame Salmon with a Lime Curry Sauce and Thai Noodle Salad, and Key Lime Pie. Tickets are $7, and reservations for lunch are required. Transportation is available.   For more information call the Chatham COA at 508-945-5190. 

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